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How to Forward a Phishing
Email

It is important that the original communication you received is included, as well as Internet headers. The following instructions will assist you in forwarding a phishing communication to ADP.

You can forward a message without double clicking to open it in a new window. Highlight the e-mail in the message list of your inbox and follow the directions for your particular mail client:

In MS Outlook

  1. Create a new message
  2. Drag and drop the phishing e-mail into the body of the new message. This ensures the original message is contained as an attachment with the appropriate Internet headers)
  3. Address the message to abuse@adp.com and send it

Or

  1. Open the phishing e-mail message (do not click on any embedded links or open any attachments)
  2. Select View > Options. The Internet headers will appear. You can copy these as you normally copy text
  3. Forward the original message to abuse@adp.com, with the copied message headers pasted into this message

In Outlook Express

  1. Create a new message
  2. Drag and drop the phishing e-mail into the body of the new message. This ensures the original message is contained as an attachment with the appropriate Internet headers
  3. Address the message to abuse@adp.com and send it

Or

  1. Open the phishing e-mail message (do not click on any embedded links or open any attachments)
  2. Select File > Properties > Details. The Internet headers will appear. You can copy these as you normally copy text
  3. Forward the original message to abuse@adp.com, with the copied message headers pasted into this message

In Mulberry

  1. Select Message > Forward
  2. Select the option Include Headers in quote. Click the Forward button
  3. Address the forwarded message to abuse@adp.com

In Netscape/Mozilla/Thunderbird Mail

  1. Select View > Headers > All
  2. Select Message > Forward As > Inline

Address the forwarded message to abuse@adp.com

Our lifeblood is based on a code of ethics and ability to be accountable to our clients.

Roland Cloutier
Chief Security Officer
ADP

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